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Standing in Solidarity with Indigenous Communities

 A message from Paula Quigley, SERVE Programmes & Administration Manager

“We stand in solidarity with indigenous communities. They rely on the land, water and natural resources. The latest oil spill in east Ecuador and numerous other human-made disasters led by greed & the attitudes of governments are wreaking havoc on the environment and endangering the survival of indigenous communities. Unfortunately, these communities do not get a share in the profit made either. Governments of the world must do more to halt these human rights violations and work towards achieving the SDGs.” 

– A message from Paula Quigley, SERVE Programmes & Administration Manager

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